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    Default Nightrider FL-XiED-09

    These are an amazing thing if you haven't done a stage 1 yet. These will fix the super lean issue that these stock bikes have for EPA bullshit.

    Read up on them on the Nightrider site
    http://sales.nightrider.com/fl-xied-09.html

    A simple, plug-n-play fuel management upgrade specifically for all the 2009 H-D Touring and 2011 CVO Softail motorcycles. Optionally, the FL-XIED-09 can be used in place of the standard XIED on other bikes. Nightrider's unique patented design works inline with your existing H-D Bosch narrow band O2 sensor and Delphi ECM to richen the fuel mixtures. Riders can quickly and simply richen the closed loop fuel mixture on your TC96/103/110 engine from the stock 14.6:1 to 13.8:1 AFR. The XiED's will add approximately 8% more fuel to the engine in closed loop operating mode than a similar unequipped vehicle. There is an indirect richening of open loop fuel mixture's through the learning mode or adaptive fuel value action, ensuring these richer 13.8-12.5:1 AFR's are also adjusted in heavy/full throttle situations. This richer fuel mixture results in benefits that can include:

    • Cooler exhaust temperatures
    • Reduced engine temperatures
    • Improved throttle response
    • Less low speed engine surge
    • Less engine ping




    $109 retail

    $50 here.
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    I'll take 'em if nobody has claimed them yet.
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    sorry dude, can't use 'em on my '13, requires the -10 not the -09
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    OH ok. Ignore my email then...
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    Will it work on a 2010? Your pic says it's for a 2009.
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    I don't believe so. Doesn't your 10 have the small O2's back by the trans?

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    Damn, a friend I ride with would be interested in those but he has an 08. Doesnt look like it would fit.
    Last edited by Dagnabit; 03-11-2015 at 04:54 PM.

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    In 2009 they changed a bunch, but then in 2010 they introduced the cats and the smaller bung O2 sensors. It was a great year for the bike.
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    Bump for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    Bump for sale.
    Chris, I have a friend who might be interested. How much are you asking?

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